Industries with high concentrations of small and medium businesses generally do not require enormous capital investment up front.
Half of the U.S. private sector is populated by small businesses and the other half by large businesses.
As the creator, organizer, and manager of a business, a business owner is critical to the success or failure of a given venture.
Successful entrepreneurs have a unique set of personal characteristics, including the drive to take risks and embrace failure.
Due to technological aptitude, unemployment, and lack of dependents, a sizable percentage of U.S. entrepreneurs are young.
Due to technology, unemployment and lack of dependents - a sizable portion of U.S. entrepreneurs are young risk-takers.